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Bullet Journaling: Cheat Sheet & Calendar Pages Downloads

I recently posted about bullet journaling with the new priority system, and today I want to give you TWO downloads to assist in all of your bullet journaling needs: The Bullet Journal Cheat Sheet and Calendar Pages! Just click the link at the end of this blog post to enter your name and email!

Bullet journaling is a quick, simple and fun way to get your thoughts down in your journal while also scheduling and prioritizing. With my new favorite system, I think prioritizing has never been more doable. I use the levels of Immediate, Important and Insignificant. When you categorize your tasks into these levels, its easy to see where you need to focus your time so that you can complete any goal you set!

Learn more about the priority system in episode 006 of the podcast and another blog post here.

bullet journal blank calendar sheet, four color schemes from inkWELL Press free downloads, Bullet Journaling with the NEW priority system

CLICK HERE to sign up and get your downloads – we’ll send them right to your email inbox! The Cheat Sheet is a great guide for anyone first starting out with bullet journaling. And the Bullet Journal Calendar Pages come in four color schemes that will fit perfectly into your inkWELL Press journal if you’ve bought one of those!

Comment below what new goals or personal priorities you will be working toward with your bullet journal! I love hearing about all the different paths everyone takes to complete goals – and I love sharing in the journey with you!

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FREE Bullet Journal Downloads from Productivity Paradox. Bullet Journaling Cheat Sheet and Bullet Journal Calendar Pages in four color schemes to help you in your bullet journaling needs.

 

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  • Lauren Stapf

    I kind of started bullet journaling to make my mind feel lighter. Thank you for this resource!

    July 18, 2017 at 3:37 pm

  • inkWELL Press

    That’s definitely a key benefit to bullet journaling/writing things down in general, Lauren! You’re very welcome for the downloads – I’m glad you’ll be using them. We’d love to see some pictures of your bullet journaling some time if you ever feel like sharing! Just tag us on IG 🙂

    July 18, 2017 at 4:17 pm

  • KC Willow

    Thank you, so much, for making this resource available! I was looking for some guidance on getting started ‘goal-smithing’… and VIOLA here it is. Grateful.

    July 28, 2017 at 10:47 pm

  • inkWELL Press

    Hi KC, I’m so glad you like this resource! I’ve found that sometimes all we need to get started is a little assistance and motivation, and the downloads are here to help with that. Can’t wait for you to work toward your goals and see them to the finish line!

    July 31, 2017 at 8:42 am

  • Anna Kaiser

    Thank you

    August 8, 2017 at 9:40 am

  • inkWELL Press

    You’re welcome, Anna! Glad the downloads could be of use to you and your bullet journaling!

    August 8, 2017 at 9:46 am

Tonya Dalton
Tonya Dalton